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The desire to bring the stories and lessons of the best chefs in the world into one central place stemmed from a heartbreaking email in 2015. A lost soul of a line cook sent a tragic 3AM email that would indefinitely change Chef Chris Hill's perception of the industry he fell in love with as a boy. As a result, Hill set out on to interview the industry's elite, looking to The desire to bring the stories and lessons of the best chefs in the world into one central place stemmed from a heartbreaking email in 2015. A lost soul of a line cook sent a tragic 3AM email that would indefinitely change Chef Chris Hill's perception of the industry he fell in love with as a boy. As a result, Hill set out on to interview the industry's elite, looking to answer the question, 'what does it take to be successful?'. Along the way, he has interviewed some of the world's greatest chefs, including Jeremiah Tower and Frank Stitt, as well as Top Chef's Fabio Viviani, handfuls of James Beard Award Winners, as well as Michelin Star earners. In fact, Hill interviewed Dominique Crenn who currently holds two stars and was awarded 'Best Female Chef in the World'. In this candid, vulnerable book into the lives of the best of the best, Hill shares their stories (triumphs and failures), as well as his own, and the lessons that we can all learn, as it relates to creating success for our careers, and for our lives as a whole.


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The desire to bring the stories and lessons of the best chefs in the world into one central place stemmed from a heartbreaking email in 2015. A lost soul of a line cook sent a tragic 3AM email that would indefinitely change Chef Chris Hill's perception of the industry he fell in love with as a boy. As a result, Hill set out on to interview the industry's elite, looking to The desire to bring the stories and lessons of the best chefs in the world into one central place stemmed from a heartbreaking email in 2015. A lost soul of a line cook sent a tragic 3AM email that would indefinitely change Chef Chris Hill's perception of the industry he fell in love with as a boy. As a result, Hill set out on to interview the industry's elite, looking to answer the question, 'what does it take to be successful?'. Along the way, he has interviewed some of the world's greatest chefs, including Jeremiah Tower and Frank Stitt, as well as Top Chef's Fabio Viviani, handfuls of James Beard Award Winners, as well as Michelin Star earners. In fact, Hill interviewed Dominique Crenn who currently holds two stars and was awarded 'Best Female Chef in the World'. In this candid, vulnerable book into the lives of the best of the best, Hill shares their stories (triumphs and failures), as well as his own, and the lessons that we can all learn, as it relates to creating success for our careers, and for our lives as a whole.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Ry Mur

    An inspiring read for those who are dealing with the "grind" of entrepreneurship and looking to carve out their own story in the professional world. You don't need to be part of the culinary world to appreciate and find guidance in the messages presented in this book. It really shows the value of taking chances, getting out of your comfort zone, and seizing opportunities wherever they present themselves. The biggest lesson I learned from this book was that you don't need to be all that skilled a An inspiring read for those who are dealing with the "grind" of entrepreneurship and looking to carve out their own story in the professional world. You don't need to be part of the culinary world to appreciate and find guidance in the messages presented in this book. It really shows the value of taking chances, getting out of your comfort zone, and seizing opportunities wherever they present themselves. The biggest lesson I learned from this book was that you don't need to be all that skilled at anything to be successful. You just need to be curious and driven. It doesn't pump up the reader with promises of success, only the knowledge that success is possible with the right mindset. While the stories do captivate with fantastic, yet realistic, culminations of grand accomplishment, the tone can be a little dull at times.

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